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    Ressources en français – French resources List

    Livres/Books (La plupart sont pour mes classes de maternelle à la 1e année, on pourrait les adapter pour les classes d’immersion selon le niveau des élèves). This is a list of resources used in JK to Grade 1, but they could be used in immersion in some grades according to the need of the students. […]

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    Equitable and Inclusive Music Education: Resource Selection Guidelines (Guide / Companion Webinar)

    This document aims to support music educators in the selection and use of resources by centering equity, diversity, and inclusion. Educators will be encouraged to consider their and their learners’ identities and positionalities in order to ensure the creation of responsive and relevant music education environments. We invite educators to extend the application of this […]

    Equity (EDI), Resource Selection
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    OMEA resources have been accumulated and developed over several decades. It is important for us to recognize, respond to, and redress any bias or inequity that exists in our resources, and to cultivate and sustain equitable, inclusive, and diverse resources. We recognize the white settler colonial roots of music education in Ontario and are working to ensure that the OMEA resources offer opportunities to affirm, and also learn more about, the diverse identities of educators and learners. We are in the process of examining current and future resources to ensure they are in accordance with our Equity Action Plan.

    We honour and value the lived experience and wisdom our membership brings to the OMEA. To create equitable learning spaces where educators, students, and community can learn alongside each other, we recognize this work belongs to all of us. We invite all members to share their insights and suggestions about the resources posted on the OMEA website by contacting